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Good location - just outside the centre of Amsterdam and about 5 minutes walk from the museum district.
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... looked like that wasn't going to happen. Oh well, there was an Ibis budget hotel across the road we'd just have to leave the car and stay there for the night. We grabbed a few bits out of the car and went across the road to the Ibis. We walked in, **** it was self check in, we'd figured if they were full at least they may be able to point us somewhere else but I didn't think a machine would do that. We pressed the English flag on the machine. "Do you have a reservation?" it asked ...
Thanks to Alexia Biggs for her recommendation, we visited Collectie Six, a most amazing private collection of paintings and artefacts that have been in the von Hellegom family for four centuries. the 58-room house is located Amsterdam's most prestigious area. Overlooking the canal, the home has been in the area for 400 odd years, but the actual house has been in the family since 1915. They had to move 'around the corner' with the advent of ...
... so quickly. I have spent the past four months in just two places Langkawi and Bali and this was back to the routine of packing the bags up again and moving on every few days. At least we were headed further afield than Amsterdam though whilst in Holland so it was good to keep the traveling and moving vibe going. The next stop is a very small town called Delft just near the Hague so let's see what else Holland has to offer.
Well we had a nice casual start to the day (finally haha) and we didn't head out until about 10.30am...we still had made no plans on what we were going to do. Once we got to the canal area , we decided to skope out the B&B I've booked for our next visit (we are back in about 2 weeks for 2nights) so that we know where we are going. The B&B looks really nice, right on the canal too so it was nice views :-). We then headed to the Main Street and checked out a ...
Stop number 1 on our adventure was Amsterdam. After flying from Dubai to London (3 hour wait) then to Amsterdam airport, we found a train which took us to a metro which brought us to our first experience of using Airbnb. Arne was our host and he spent the week on night shift so we barely saw him. Day 1: we spent the afternoon wandering the city centre and straight away we could see the architecture of these amazing, narrow, canal ...